Amali Carved Andamooka Opal Dagger Necklace

# N-2990-OP

Amali Carved Andamooka Opal Dagger Necklace

# N-2990-OP

This Andamooka Opal has been expertly carved into the shape of an abstract dagger. The stone’s vibrant colorway of dark reddish purple over cream with clouds of orange and brown punctuated with flashes of electric green makes this Andamooka Opal dagger look like as a mythical weapon out of ancient lore. Angle the Opal just right and the delicately-etched surface details flare to life, delineating the dagger’s hilt and blade. This one-of-a-kind gemstone is set in a handmade gold pendant with a granulated bail and braided details.

Technical Details

Metal: 18k yellow gold
Andamooka Opal: 20.93cts.
Pendant Size (not including bail): 50 x 18mm
Chain: 24"
Closure: lobster clasp
Handmade in New York
Style # N-2990-OP


Product Details

Name Carved Andamooka Opal Dagger Necklace
Stock Number N-2990-OP
Style Number N-2990-OP
Department Fashion
Type Necklace
Sub Type Gemstone Necklaces
Collection One of a Kinds
Material 18K Yellow Gold
Category Fashion

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Hurdle's Jewelry Amali

Sara Freedenfeld

Amali Jewelry

"My intention is to delicately unite the natural simplicity of handcrafted artistry with the sophistication and glamour of high fashion. "

Sara's design philosophy is centered around the importance of feeling deeply connected to everything she does. She enjoys the challenge of creating complex designs and gets lost for hours trying to navigate a new design from vision to completion.  

Each piece is created by hand in Sara's New York studio using mechanical connections to combine 18 karat chains, gemstones and diamonds. Her designs are distinguishable by the intricately woven highly reflective chain used to create rich textures with a lot of movement

Sara discovered her passion for making jewelry while backpacking through South America. In the Andes mountains of Chile she learned to combine natural elements with knotted strings to form intricate wearable art. In Venezuela she met an artist who taught her how to link and mold metal. Drawing inspiration from the natural landscapes and vibrant textiles that colored her travels, Sara set out to create a line of jewelry that reflects her complex aesthetic vision.